In this week’s Reimagining Cyber podcast, we hear from Nick Ward, CISO for the Department of Justice with the U.S. Government and recent Cybersecurity Leader of the Year award winner. He shares his views on the Executive Order and the key ways to make the changes outlined in the EO.
With ransomware attacks filling the headlines, none of the articles have covered the need for organizations to restrict network access so that the ransomware is controlled in its propagation across the network.
Organizations are trying to move away from traditional usernames and passwords because so much of what runs a business is done through digital media. Simple and secure access to those resources has become a core requirement, both of which traditional credentials don’t deliver. Enter Passwordless technology.
With the move to multi cloud, Hybrid IT environments, there’s no reason to let a mishmash of security policies lead you to a security breach or compliance violation. With NetIQ Universal Policy Administrator (UPA), you can control all your policies from a single console using a very familiar tool: Microsoft Active Directory.
Do you feel like you are on a cybersecurity hamster wheel and running to fight off cyber threats that never end? The newly-released annual "Cost of a Data Breach" report shows that yes, many organizations are still on that proverbial wheel.
There is a trend of app developers implementing new practices such as testing earlier in development cycle/sprints and testing the security of their application. Fortify helps developers by securing applications through our seamless integration and intuitive streamline user experience.
On this episode of Humans and Machines, titled Data-Driven Cybersecurity, we talk to Alex Pinto, the Team Lead for the incredible Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) and a proponent of data-driven approaches.